Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Rogers State University Public TV and the Claremore Daily Progress are hosting a live, televised debate this evening with the Republican candidates for the 2nd Congressional District.
"This is the first major debate in this race, and I am excited to have this opportunity to share my message with the voters of the 2nd District," said George Faught. He will join fellow candidates Markwayne Mullin, Wayne Pettigrew, Dustin Rowe, Dwayne Thompson and Dakota Wood in the first (and possibly only) televised forum of the race.
Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb will be moderating the debate, which will consist of three rounds of questions, in addition to opening and closing remarks.
RSU Public Television (based out of Claremore) will be airing the debate live starting at 7:00pm. RSU-TV broadcasts on digital channel 35.1 and 35.2, Tulsa and Claremore COX cable channel 19, Cable Channel 4 in Bartlesville and satellite channel 35 across northeastern Oklahoma. In addition to being televised, the debate will also be available online, as RSU will be live-streaming it on their website.
For those who can't watch tonight, RSU-TV will be posting the entire debate on RSUPublicTV.org on February 1st.
The debate begins at 7:00pm.